• “Horses and Dragons” Exhibit

    9 a.m.-6 p.m. May 27 through March 31. Why are horses and dragons at the Aquarium? Because they are seahorses and seadragons. … More Info

    “Horses and Dragons” Exhibit
  • Matilda The Musical

    7:30 p.m. Tues.-Fri., 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Sat., 1 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Sun. (no show Mon.) Jan. 17-29. This critically acclaimed … More Info

    Matilda The Musical
  • Festival of Human Abilities

    This 14th annual event presents a wonderful celebration showcasing the creative spirit of people with disabilities. The … More Info

    Festival of Human Abilities
  • Very Eric Carle Exhibit

    10 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 28-May 14. Is your child very into Eric Carle, then they will undoubtedly be very into this exhibit. … More Info

    Very Eric Carle Exhibit
  • The Kidspace Jamboree

    Come out and jam at Kidspace's inaugural Jamboree. Be ready to make some music, or just make some noise. There will be … More Info

    The Kidspace Jamboree
  • Motown The Musical

    8 p.m. Tues.-Fri., 2 p.m., 8 p.m. Sat., 1 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Sun. Jan. 31-Feb. 12. This musical features tunes that form the … More Info

    Motown The Musical
  • KidCraft

    KidCraft engages the whole family by offering a variety of arts, crafts, performances and other activities. Every month holds … More Info


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City Language Immersion Charter Marches in Kingdom Day Parade LA

Parade watchers at the 32nd Annual Kingdom Day Parade Jan. 16 came face-to-face with cultural icons including Langston Hughes, Golda Meir, Magic Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Amelia Hernandez, Muhammad Ali, Benito Juarez, Edith Cowan, Steve Jobs, Ella Fitzgerald, and even Cleopatra and Moses – thanks to students from City Language Immersion Charter School (CLIC) in L.A. Marching for their first … Read Article

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“Just Add Magic” Hosts Season Premiere at Au Fudge

Our own L.A. Parent kid reporter, Lola Bassirat, joined the fun at Jessica Biel’s  Au Fudge in West Hollywood Jan. 14 for the season two premiere party of Amazon Studio’s Original Series, “Just Add Magic.” In the series, loosely based on the book of the same name by Cindy Callaghan, three aspiring pre-teen chefs discover a magical cookbook full of recipes that have interesting powers – and … Read Article

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Health Experts Say There’s Still Time for a Flu Shot

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reminds residents it is not too late to receive influenza vaccine to prevent getting the flu. Influenza activity has increased to a level where it is now widespread throughout L.A. County, which is earlier than this has happened in previous seasons. “Influenza typically peaks in January and February and can linger well into the spring, so … Read Article

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Celebrate Chinese New Year With Potstickers

The first day of the Chinese New Year is Jan. 28, and we’ll welcome the Year of the Rooster. The delicious little dumplings called potstickers are a traditional food this time of year because, according to chef Katie Chin, they resemble gold ingots and symbolize wealth. Chin, L.A.-based cookbook author, food blogger, TV personality and mom of 8-year-old twins, also points out that in Chinese … Read Article